Oregon men’s tennis: Robin Cambier breaks program record for all-time singles wins with 85

Oregon senior Robin Cambier reacts after losing the point during the singles tennis match. The Oregon Ducks play the Portland State Vikings at the Student Tennis Center in Eugene, Ore. on Friday, January 17th. (Ryan Kang/Emerald)

Oregon senior Robin Cambier reacts after losing the point during the singles tennis match. The Oregon Ducks play the Portland State Vikings at the Student Tennis Center in Eugene, Ore. on Friday, January 17th. (Ryan Kang/Emerald)

Posted by Justin Wise on Sunday, Mar. 9 at 6:55 pm.

Robin Cambier, a senior and native of Brussels, Belgium surpassed Sven Swinnen today to become Oregon’s all-time leader in career singles victories with 85 in his match against Portland.

Battling back after losing his first set (0-6), Cambier would win the next two sets 6-3, 6-3 against Portland’s Reid deLaubenfels and helped the No. 34 Ducks to a 6-1 victory.

The mark is Cambier’s eighth program record he now possesses and puts him at 18-3 on the season and 85-36 in singles throughout his career as a Duck.

A list of the records he has broken during his illustrious career can be read below:

• Career singles wins: 85
• Career singles & doubles wins: 157
• Season doubles wins: 29, with Jeff Mullen
• Career doubles wins by a team: 57, with Jeff Mullen
• Career doubles wins: 78
• Consecutive singles wins: 15
• Consecutive doubles wins: 14, with Jeff Mullen.

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